judge a quo


judge a quo
The judge from which,–the judge of the court from which the case is appealed to the judge ad quem,–of the higher court.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • judex a quo — /juwdeks ey kwow/ In civil law, the judge from whom, as judex ad quern is the judge to whom, an appeal is made or taken …   Black's law dictionary

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